Number of asylum applications made by people from the Middle East in Italy 2019

In 2019, the largest number of applications made by people from the Middle East related to individuals from Iraq, Egypt, Afghanistan, Turkey, and Syria. In October 2019, 101 Egyptians sought asylum in Italy.
Data about the nationalities of all asylum applicants show that Pakistani was the most frequent citizenship of asylum seekers as of October 2019.

Number of asylum applications made by people originating from the Middle East in Italy in 2019, by most frequent nationalities

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Source

Release date

November 2019

Region

Italy

Survey time period

January to October 2019

Supplementary notes

Data refer to the most frequent Middle Eastern nationalities of asylum seekers.
Data on asylum applications made by Afghans in June as well as by Syrians in January, February, and August were not available.

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